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9 Reddit Mistakes to Avoid as an NSFW Content Creator

When it comes to sex worker marketing, Reddit often feels like an inhospitable jungle. It’s a huge hub for NSFW content, but subreddits are often run by non-sex-worker moderators who are harsh judges of what is allowed in their space.

Suki Jade ·

SCOTUS Rejects NCOSE-Promoted Lawsuit Targeting Reddit

The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up an NCOSE-sponsored case that sought to create liability for Reddit over third-party user material, using FOSTA-SESTA to bypass Section 230 protections.

NCOSE Launches Campaign to Ban All Adult Content from Reddit

The religiously motivated anti-porn lobby NCOSE, formerly known as Morality in Media, has launched a new campaign to eradicate all adult content on Reddit.

Imgur Orders Purge of All 'Explicit' Images by May 15

Image hosting site Imgur has updated its terms of service and warned users to remove any “explicit images” by May 15.

9th Circuit Upholds Section 230 Protections in Reddit Case

A three-judge Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals panel has upheld a district court’s dismissal of a civil lawsuit attempting to circumvent Section 230 and hold Reddit liable for third-party content under a federal civil sex trafficking statute.

Tumblr CEO: 'Credit Card Companies Are Anti-Porn'

The CEO of Automattic, the company that owns Tumblr, said it is impossible for the internet to be “porn-friendly” currently because, among other reasons, “credit card companies are anti-porn.”

Lust Cinema Hosting Screening of Casey Calvert's 'Going Up' on Reddit

Lust Cinema will screen the first episode of director Casey Calvert's six-part series, "Going Up," Saturday at 8 p.m. PDT on Reddit.

Anti-Porn Lobby NCOSE Urges Action Against Netflix for 'Normalizing' Sex Work

Religiously inspired anti-porn lobby NCOSE released yesterday its annual “Dirty Dozen” list of companies it alleges are “major contributors to sexual exploitation" and encourages its followers to target.

Plaintiffs Urge Judge to Strip Reddit of Section 230 Protections Over UGC

A proposed class of plaintiffs currently appealing a dismissed lawsuit against Reddit, alleging that the platform “knowingly benefits from lax enforcement of its content polices, including for child pornography," filed an opening appellate brief this week renewing their claim that Section 230 protections should not shield the social media platform.

UK Ministers Confirm New Age Verification Rules Target Twitter, Reddit

U.K. government officials confirmed last week that social media sites “hosting large amounts of pornographic material, such as Twitter and Reddit” would have to “introduce systems to remove adult material in the U.K., or introduce age checks to determine whether users are over 18,” The Guardian reported yesterday.

Plaintiffs Seek to Overturn Section 230 Ruling Protecting Reddit in Alleged CSAM Case

A dismissed class-action lawsuit against Reddit, alleging that the platform “knowingly benefits from lax enforcement of its content polices, including for child pornography,” has been revived through an appeal to the Ninth Circuit.

Redditors Identify Most Popular Fetish Subgroups

A simple question inquiring about the popularity of sexual fetishes led several Redditors to identify the website's most popular fetish subgroups with "r/cuckold" topping the list at nearly 735,000 members.

Facebook Asks 3rd Circuit to Review Decision in Complex Section 230 Case

Facebook asked the full Third Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday to review last month’s split-panel decision allowing a complex intellectual property and “right of publicity” lawsuit — which challenges Section 230 protections over third-party content and also mentions adult conglomerate WGCZ as co-defendant — to move forward.

Adriana Chechik Talks Mental Health, Twitch Streaming in Reddit AMA

Adriana Chechik recently hosted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit where she announced that she is’s "Bang Babe" for June and answered various questions about her love of gaming, Twitch streaming and how she deals with stress, among many other topics.

Reddit Becomes Latest Platform to be Sued for Adult Content Uploads

After years of being targeted by religious anti-porn organization NCOSE (formerly Morality in Media) for allowing sexual content by third-party uploaders, Reddit has now become the latest defendant in an orchestrated campaign of civil lawsuits attempting to challenge Section 230 protections in the name of protecting “victims of sex trafficking.”


Navigating Reddit as an Adult Content Creator

Many social media platforms are making it next to impossible to post, much less exist as a sex worker. It all can be so discouraging and pretty exhausting. At least there is Reddit, which currently has no immediate desire to de-platform sex workers.

Bea York ·

Reddit CEO: Platform Is 'Perfectly Supportive' of 'Adult Content'

Reddit CEO Steve Huffman stated during an interview with newsmagazine Axios HBO that his platform is “perfectly supportive” of pornographic content, as long as there’s no involuntary sexualization or sexualization of minors.

Bea York Pens XBIZ World Story on Reddit for Content Creators

Content creator Bea York has penned an article for XBIZ World, titled “Navigating Reddit as an Adult Content Creator," about the marketing possibilities of using Reddit as a social media platform.

Michael Stefano to Participate in PervCity Reddit AMA Friday Morning

Michael Stefano will participate in a PervCity-hosted Reddit AMA ("Ask Me Anything") Friday at 9 a.m. (PDT).

Stripchat Is 'Most Loved' Platform in New Cam Site Survey

Stripchat earned "Most Loved Cam Site" in a recent survey of 700 models conducted by "cam education site" via Reddit.